Community legal centres are able to mobilise quickly, make and sustain connections, and support people in times of vulnerability, hardship, and crisis.
A fair and just immigration system means that a person’s right to feel safe, to stay with their kids and to fully participate in our community is not dependent on their visa status.
Far West Community Legal Centre on community power, ending postcode injustice, and the change needed to ensure people in regional, rural and remote areas can access the support they need to thrive and live safe and healthy lives.
The HIV/AIDS Legal Centre has a vision for justice that tackles stigma, ends discrimination, and ensures the social and physical wellbeing of people living with HIV.
Housing, domestic violence, and fines have an added complexity in Albury–Wodonga, a town that straddles both New South Wales and Victoria.
Systemic change is needed to address the abuse of older people, and ensure that the rights and values of older people are respected. By Seniors Rights Service.
Strengthening sex workers' rights, a fairer system for trans people, and a compassionate health-based approach to drug use are all part of Inner City Legal Centre's vision for a just future.
For justice advocates, Budget Estimates sessions provide an important opportunity to dig into the details of government policy and gain crucial information about priority areas of law reform.